Determinants of low-risk and high-risk cervical human papillomavirus infections in Montreal University students.

@article{Richardson2000DeterminantsOL,
  title={Determinants of low-risk and high-risk cervical human papillomavirus infections in Montreal University students.},
  author={Helen Richardson and Eduardo L Franco and J. Pintos and Jean Yves Bergeron and Max Arella and Pierre-Paul Tellier},
  journal={Sexually transmitted diseases},
  year={2000},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={
          79-86
        }
}
  • Helen Richardson, Eduardo L Franco, +3 authors Pierre-Paul Tellier
  • Published in Sexually transmitted diseases 2000
  • Medicine
  • BACKGROUND Previous studies have been inconsistent about the degree of sexual transmissibility of cervical human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. The authors hypothesize that risk factors for HPV infection vary according to HPV type. GOAL To estimate the prevalence of HPV infection in asymptomatic women and to identify risk factors for overall HPV infection and HPV infection by oncogenic and nononcogenic type. STUDY DESIGN A cross-sectional survey was conducted at the McGill University… CONTINUE READING

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